The FCC will rewrite the rules for net neutrality, Kim Dotcom's arrest was ruled legal, China cracks down on chip giant Qualcomm, and more. Topics: twit, tech-news-today, tnt, Mike Elgan, Jason Howell, David Coursey, Mike Isaac, Lance Whitney
Episode 197: Europe Drops IE Browser Case, An AOL Renaissance?, The Google Phone is Real, and more... What's new in Episode 197 Today's Guests: Sebastian Rupley, Co-Crank, Editor, GigaOm.com David Spark, Tech Journalist, Host, The Spark Minute David Coursey, Columnist, Tech Inciter The Topics: The Google Phone is Real On a Google blog, the company has announced that it is handing Google-branded phones out to its employees. Rumors had flown around that Google would do its own phone. Should Apple... Topics: crankygeeks, dl.tv, dltv, pcmag, sebastian-rupley, david-spark, david-coursey
This is episode 004 of crankygeeks. Here is what was on the episode page: The show streamed live at 11AM Pacific, Thursday April 06, 2006. Today's Guests: Sebastian Rupley - West Coast Editor, PC Magazine David Coursey - Editor at Large, Ziff Davis Magazine John Davison - Editorial Director, 1UP Network The Topics: Apple Mac to run Windows XP Death to the Crackberry! Holographic Storage Avian Flu Modeled on Supercomputer at Los Alamos Electrodes may relieve Depression Videogames Unhealthy for... Topics: crankygeeks, dl.tv, dltv, pcmag, Sebastian Rupley, David Coursey, John Davison
This is episode 193 of crankygeeks. Here is the episode page description: Episode 193: Windows 7 Opens to Ads, YouTube's HD Video, Piracy at Work, Dell's Android Phone in China, and more... What's new in Episode 193 Today's Guests: Sebastian Rupley, Co-Crank, Editor, GigaOm.com David Coursey, Writer/Blogger, PC World Tech Inciter Rob Enderle, President, Enderle Group The Topics: Microsoft Opens Windows 7 to Ads Microsoft has cracked open Windows 7 to commercial sponsorship with desktop themes... Topics: crankygeeks, dl.tv, dltv, pcmag, sebastian-rupley, rob-enderle, david-coursey
Google’s Got Game -- or at least a game controller, the Web Turns 25 and its creator calls for a web bill of rights, the NSA caught spreading malware with fake Facebook servers, and more. Topics: twit, tech-news-today, tnt, Mike Elgan, Jason Howell, David Coursey, James Robinson, Doug Thompson,...